Language available: On the homepage of the site you can choose the language in which you want to visit: English, Portuguese, Spanish or French.


“Peoples Summit” logo: On every page, the logo in the page header allows to go back to the opening page of the site offering the choice of languages.


Main navigation menu: It consists of six tabs that lead to the various contents of the site: Proposals, Initiatives, Agenda, Documents, Media.


Breadcrumb: Located just below the main navigation menu, you can find your way around the site architecture, to know the page where you are and quickly return to the top navigation level.


Footer links: These are links to useful and mandatory pages:


Page ACCESSIBILITY: This page shows the various modes of navigation within the pages of the site and the list of keyboard shortcuts.


Page CONTACTS: This page lists all contact information for any request to a service or another party depending on your needs.


Page PRESS ROOM: Space to develop some contents for journalists.


Page SUBSCRIBE TO THE SITE (RSS): This page explains what an RSS feed is and lists the feeds by subject to make them available to the user.


Page SITE MAP: The map of the site allows users to have a quick overview of the site structure and access to its contents.


Page DISCLAIMER: This page displays the legal information of the site.


“Top” links: In the case of pages exceeding the 3 screens with 768 pixels high, a “Back to the top” link will be included to facilitate the internal navigation.



Search engine

The search engine is located on the upper right of every page of the site and it provides internal search functionality.



Documents to download

The documents to download are all presented in PDF format. Additional information is specified next to links to these files (size, weight).


If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download it from the Adobe website. Or you can convert the PDFs into regular HTML format by using Adobe’s online conversion engine; you should copy the link address for the PDF file and paste it into the field provided to such end on Adobe’s online conversion tool. Browser compatibility.


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We recommend using the following browsers: Mozilla Firefox 3.5 or higher, Internet Explorer 7 or higher.